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Barry Gribble August 3rd, 2004 11:21 AM

Copying a Homemade DVD
 
All,

An actor gave me a demo DVD to copy... it is a DVD-R... is there a way to copy the whole thing directly?

The disc has 6 files in the VIDEO_TS directory and nothing in the AUDIO_TS directory.

I am working on a PC with a DVD reader and a DVD+R external.

Any help is appreciated... thanks.

Christopher C. Murphy August 3rd, 2004 11:27 AM

Toast on a Mac can do it...under the "Copy" area.

I don't think it'll work if the person copy protected it. But, you can get a free ripper online anywhere...just Google it.

Murph

Jake Russell August 4th, 2004 02:14 AM

There is no copy protection cause it's recordable media.

You can drag all the files to the HD and use one of many apps to write the disc. Choose the dvd-video option and not data disc, you may want to tell them it's now a +R not a -R too.

Jake

Peter Jefferson August 4th, 2004 10:33 AM

just use nero and use the wizard to duplicate the disc in full


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